Publications by 
Rabbi Prof. David Golinkin
 

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Books and Monographs:

1) Halakhah for Our Time, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1986, 12 pp. (in Hebrew)

1a) "La Halaja en Nuestros Dias", Maj'shavot: Pensamientos, Vol. XXVII, no. 3, (July-September 1988), pp. 5-15 (a Spanish translation of no. 1)

2) Halakhah for Our Time, Second Revised and Expanded Edition, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1987, 18 pp. (in Hebrew)

3) Halakhah for Our Time: A Conservative Approach to Jewish Law, United Synagogue of America, New York, 1991, 49 pp. (Third Edition; a revised translation of no. 2)

3a) "Halakha for Our Time", Yerushalaim, February 1991, pp. 24- 29 (a partial Russian translation of no. 3)

3b) Halakhah for Our Time, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute, Jerusalem, 1998, 47 pp. (a Russian translation of no. 3)

3c) "La Halakha comme systeme dynamique" in: Rivon Krygier, ed., La Loi Juive a L'aube du XXIe Siecle, Paris, 1995, pp. 23-64 (a French translation of no.3); second edition, Paris, 1999, pp. 25-66    

4) Halakhah for Our Time: The Approach of the Masorti Movement to Halakhah, Fourth Revised and Expanded Edition, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute and The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1998, 40 pp. (in Hebrew)

5) Editor and translator of Hebrew edition, A Time to be Born and a Time to Die: The Laws of Mourning in Jewish Tradition, by Rabbi Issac Klein, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1991, 80 pp.

6) Editor, Be'er Tuvia: From the Writings of Rabbi Theodore Friedman, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1991, 425 pp. (in English, Hebrew and Spanish)

 Reviews:

Bradley Shavit Artson, Conservative Judaism 45/4 (Summer 1993), pp. 93-94

Chaim Pearl, London Jewish Chronicle, July 29, 1994, p. 19

Gil Nativ, Siah Meisharim 25 (Shevat 5755), pp. 25-26 (Hebrew)

7)  An Index of Conservative Responsa and Practical Halakhic Studies: 1917-1990, The Rabbinical Assembly, New York, 1992, 80 pp.

8) Editor, Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 4 (5750-5752), The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1992, 117 + xxxviii pp. (in Hebrew)

9) Editor, An Anthology of Responsa and Halachic Decisions Regarding Marriage, The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1993, 71 pp. (in Hebrew and English)

10) Editor, Breaking New Ground: The Struggle for a Jewish Chaplaincy in Canada by Rabbi S. Gershon Levi, National Archives, Canadian Jewish Congress, Montreal, Canada, 1994, xvi, 101 pp.

Review: Judah Nadich, Conservative Judaism 49/3 (Spring 1997), pp. 88-89

11) Editor,  Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 5 (5752-5754), The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1994, 190 + lii pp. (in Hebrew)

12) Editor, The Responsa of Professor Louis Ginzberg, The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York and Jerusalem, 1996, 352 pp. in English; 126 pp. in Hebrew

Reviews:

Bradley Shavit Artson, Conservative Judaism 49/3 (Spring 1997), p. 90

Joshua Adler, The Jerusalem Post Magazine, October 1, 1997, p. 23

Joshua Schwartz, The Journal of Jewish Studies 48/2 (Autumn 1997), pp. 413-414

Jack Riemer, Moment, August 1998, p. 95

Zvi Zohar, Tarbitz 68/2 (5759), pp. 303-308 (Hebrew)

13) Rediscovering the Art of Jewish Prayer, The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, New York, 1997, 34 pp.

14) Editor, Proceedings of the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Conservative Movement: 1927-1970, 3 vols., The Rabbinical Assembly and The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem, 1997, 1565 pp.

Review: Joshua Schwartz, Journal of Jewish Studies, Autumn 1998, p. 414

15) Editor,  Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 6 (5755-5758), The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute and the Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1998, 358 pp. in Hebrew; xxxiii pp. in   English

Review: Joshua Adler, The Jerusalem Post, Friday, November 5, 1999, p. B12

16) Ginzei Rosh Hashanah: Manuscripts of Bavli Rosh Hashanah from the Cairo Genizah - A Facsimile Edition With a Codicological Introduction, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York and Jerusalem, 2000, 269 pp. (in Hebrew)

17) Responsa in a Moment (a collection of most of the responsa published in Moment), The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2000

18) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 1, January 2000, 24 pp. (Hebrew and English)

19) Editor, Jewish Law Watch, No. 2, September 2000, 30 pp. (Hebrew and English)

Books in Preparation:

1) Editor, Responsa and Halakhic Studies by Rabbi Issac Klein, second enlarged edition, The Institute of Applied Halakhah at the Schechter Institute (in English)

2) Bavli Megillah Chapter 3: A Scholarly Edition, The Society for the Interpretation of the Talmud, Jerusalem (in Hebrew)

3) Women in Jewish Law: a Halakhic Approach to Change (in English)

4) The Jews of Reishe by Herman Leder, translated from the Yiddish and annotated (in English)

Thesis Advisor:

1) Jeremy Benstein, Truth and Lying in Rabbinic Literature, M.A. Thesis, Seminary of Judaic Studies, Jerusalem, 1995, 144 pp.

2) Yoel Rappel, A History of Prayers for the Government and Prayers for the State of Israel, D.H.L. Thesis, Schechter Institute, in progress

Academic Bulletins:

1) Editor, Shnaton of the Seminary of Judaic Studies 5753, Jerusalem, 5753, 50 pp. 

2) Editor, Shnaton of the Seminary of Judaic Studies 5754, Jerusalem, 5754, 63 pp. 

3) Editor, Shnaton of the Seminary of Judaic Studies 5755, Jerusalem, 5755, 90 pp. 

4) Editor, Shnaton of the Seminary of Judaic Studies 5756, Jerusalem, 5756, 88 pp. 

5) Editor, Shnaton of the Seminary of Judaic Studies 5757, Jerusalem, 5757, 91 pp. 

6) Editor, Shnaton of the Seminary of Judaic Studies 5758, Jerusalem, 5758, 95 pp. 

7) Editor, Shnaton of the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies 5761, Jerusalem, 5761, 149 pp. 

Column:

"Responsa" in Moment magazine (1990-96; on contemporary halakhic issues)

Articles and Responsa (an * = a refereed article):

1) "Improving the Seminary", Ikka d'Amrei: A Student Journal of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Vol. II, no. 2 (April 1980), pp. 46-53

*2) "The Satan and Rabbi Yizhak Revisited", Conservative Judaism, Vol. XXXV, no. 3 (Spring 1982), pp. 50-54

*3) "Yom Hashoah: A Program of Observance", Conservative Judaism, Vol. XXXVII, no. 4 (Summer 1984), pp. 52-64

*3a)"How Should We Observe Yom Hashoah: a Program", Eit La'asot no. 3 (Summer 1991), pp. 37-54 (in Hebrew, an expanded version of no. 3)

4) "Rabbeinu Sh'H", Sinai, Vol. 98 (5746), pp. 201-214 (in Hebrew)

5) "Is it Permissible to Enter the Temple Mount Today?", Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. I (5746), Jerusalem, 5746, pp. 3-9 (in Hebrew)

*5a) "Is it Permissible to Enter the Temple Mount Today?", Conservative Judaism, Vol. XLVIII, No. 3 (Spring 1996), pp. 3-9 (a revised English translation of no. 5)

6) "Milking on Shabbat", Responsa ibid., pp. 15-20 (in Hebrew)

7) "Is it Permissible to Fast Until Minhah on Tisha B'av?", ibid., pp. 29-34 (in Hebrew)

8) "Does a Kibbutz Need an Eruv?", ibid., pp. 35-36 (in Hebrew)

9) "How Should Shemitah be Observed in our Day?", ibid., pp. 37-45 (in Hebrew)

10) "Poetry in Rabbinic Literature", Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly, Vol. XLVIII (1986), pp. 328-332 (in Hebrew)

11) "The Extradition of a Jewish Criminal", Siah Meisharim, no. 13 (April-May 1987), pp. 15-17 (in Hebrew)

12) "The Mehitzah in the Synagogue", Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 2 (5747), Jerusalem, 1988, pp. 5-20 (in Hebrew)

12a) "La mehitsa dans les synagogues" in: Rivon Krygier, ed., La Loi Juive a L'aube du XXIe Siecle, Paris, 1995, pp. 219-222 (a French synopsis of no. 12)

12b) "La mehitsa dans les synagogues" in: Rivon Krygier, ed., La Loi Juive a L'aube du XXIe Siecle, second edition, Paris, 1999, pp. 219-252 (a French translation of no. 12)

13) "The Timing of the Hakafot on Simchat Torah", Responsa, Vol. 2, ibid., pp. 21-27 (in Hebrew)

14) "The Participation of Women in Funerals", ibid., pp. 31-40 (in Hebrew)

15) "The Extradition of a Jewish Criminal to Another Country", ibid., pp. 53-58 (in Hebrew, an expanded version of no. 11)

16) "Additions and Corrections to Responsa of the Law Committee 5746", ibid., p. 79 (in Hebrew)

*17) "A Responsum Regarding the Siyyum Feast", Eit La'asot, no. 1 (Summer 1988), pp. 88-102 (in Hebrew)

*18) "Siddur Sim Shalom - A Halakhic Analysis", Conservative Judaism, Vol. XLI, no. 1 (Fall 1988), pp. 38-55

19) "Purim - Laws and Customs", Kehillat Moreshet Avraham Newsletter, no. 2 (March 1989), English section, pp. 6-10; Hebrew section, pp. 5-9 (reprinted in "Purimon", Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1990, 1991 etc.)

19a) "Purim - Leyes y Costumbres", Purim: Para Toda la Familia, Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1992, pp. 9-13 (a Spanish translation of no. 19)

*20) "Sheiltot d'rav Ahai Gaon as an Appellation for Halakhot Kezuvot", Kiryat-Sefer, Vol. 62, nos. 1-2 (5748-5749), pp. 433-438 (in Hebrew)

21) Letter to the Editor (regarding the Talmud criticism of Shamma Friedman and David Weiss Halivni), Conservative Judaism, Vol. XLI, no. 3 (Spring 1989), pp. 91-93

22) "Introduction", Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 3 (5748-5749), Jerusalem, 1989, pp. 1-3 (in Hebrew)

23) "May Women Read from or be Called to the Torah?", ibid., pp. 13-19 (in Hebrew)

23a) "Une femme peut-elle monter a la Tora?" in: Rivon Krygier, ed., La Loi Juive a L'aube du XXIe Siecle, Paris, 1995, pp. 181-212 (a French translation of no. 23); second edition, Paris, 1999, pp. 253-286

24) "May Ashkenazim Eat Kitniyot (Legumes) on Pesach?", Responsa, Vol. 3, pp. 35-56 (in Hebrew)

25) "May Women Recite the Mourners' Kaddish?", ibid., pp. 69-80 (in Hebrew)

26) "May a Single Jewish Woman have a Baby by Artificial Insemination?", ibid., pp. 83-91 (in Hebrew)

26a) "Responsa: May a Single Jewish Woman have a Baby by Artificial Insemination?, Moment, Vol. 15, no. 6 (December 1990), pp. 18-19 (an abbreviated translation of no. 26)

27) "Additions and Corrections to the Responsa of the Law Committee 5747", Responsa, ibid., pp. 99-100

*28) "A Halakhic Agenda for the Masorti Movement", Eit La'asot, no. 2 (Summer 1989), pp. 33-39 (in Hebrew)

*28a) "A Halakhic Agenda for the Conservative Movement" (a revised translation of no. 28), Conservative Judaism, Vol. XLVI, no. 3 (Spring 1994), pp. 29-39

29) "Richard Cohen and the Talmud", The Washington Post, February 17, 1990, p. A29.

30) "The Word Katofoss in Hebrew and Katovess in Yiddish - Its Meaning and Etymology", Sinai, Vol. 106 (5750), pp. 175-183 (in Hebrew)

31) "Responsa: May a Senile Parent be Institutionalized?", Moment, Vol. 16, no. 2 (April 1991), pp. 22-23, 42

32) "A Bibliography of the Writings of Rabbi Theodore Friedman", Be'er Tuvia (Book no. 6 above), pp. 27-45

33) "Responsa: To What Extent Should We Investigate the Charities to Which We Contribute?", Moment, Vol. 17, no. 1 (February 1992), pp. 17-18

33a) "To What Extent Should We Investigate the Charities to Which We Contribute?", Siah Meisharim, No. 23 (Adar I 5752), pp. 35-39 (a Hebrew translation of no. 33)

34) "Responsa: Torah Study vs. Earning a Living: Which Takes Precedence?", Moment, Vol. 17, no. 3 (June 1992), pp. 24-25, 64

35) "Introduction", Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 4 (5750-5752), Jerusalem, 1992, pp. 5-6 (in Hebrew)

36) "Washing the Hands before Kiddush", ibid., pp. 9-10 (in Hebrew)

37) "Riding to the Synagogue on Shabbat", ibid. pp. 17-30 (in Hebrew)

38) "Reading the Megillah Early in Time of Emergency", ibid., pp. 31-33 (in Hebrew)

38a) "Reading the Megillah Early in Time of War", Tzei Ulemad Vol. 1, no. 4 (Adar 5751), 2 pp. (in Hebrew; an earlier version of no. 38)

39) "Smoking in Jewish Law", Responsa, ibid., 37-52 (in Hebrew)

39a) "Responsa: Is Smoking Prohibited by Jewish Law?", Moment Vol. 16, no.5 (October 1991), pp. 14-15 (an abbreviated translation of no. 39)

39b) "Jewish Tradition on Smoking", Judaism and Smoking, The United Synagogue/The Rabbinical Assembly, New York, November 1996 (a reprint of no. 39a without the footnotes)

40) "The Custom of Discarding the Shoes of the Deceased", Responsa, ibid., pp. 73-77 (in Hebrew)

41) "The Active Participation of Women in the Marriage Ceremony", ibid., pp. 91-103 (in Hebrew)

42) "Women as Halakhic Authorities (Poskot)", ibid., pp. 107- 117 (in Hebrew)

43) "English Abstracts of the Responsa", ibid., pp. v-xxxvi

44) "Responsa: Should Terminally Ill Patients be Told the Truth about their Condition?", Moment, Vol. 17, no. 5 (October 1992), pp. 22-23

*44a) "Should Terminally Ill Patients be Told the Truth about their Condition?", Eit La'asot, Vol. 4 (Winter 1996), pp. 43-49 (in Hebrew)

45) "The Path Between Tradition and Change", The Jerusalem Post, October 30, 1992, p. 7A

46) "Responsa: Is it Permissible for Jews to Purchase and Eat Veal?", Moment, Vol. 18, no. 1 (February 1993), pp. 26-27, 86

47) "Halakhah for Our Time: a Study Guide", United Synagogue Youth (a study guide for Book no. 3 above)

48) "In Memory of Rabbi Tuvia Friedman" Messer, (the quarterly of the Masorti Movement), Spring 1993, pp. 6-7 (in Hebrew and English)

49) "Why do Jews Sway when They Pray and Study Torah?", Moment, Vol. 18, no. 4 (August 1993) pp. 18, 70

49a)"Why do Jews Sway when They Pray and Study Torah?", Update of the Seminary of Judaic Studies, Fall/Winter 1994-95, p. 5 (a reprint of no. 49 without the footnotes)

50) "Is it Permissible to Give Back Part of Eretz Yisrael for the Sake of Peace?", Moment, Vol. 18, no. 6 (December 1993), pp. 34, 89

50a) "Is it Permissible to Give Back Part of Eretz Yisrael for the Sake of Peace?", Siah Meisharim, No. 25 (Shevat 5755), pp. 20-22 (a Hebrew translation of no. 50)

51) "Is Genetic Engineering Permissible According to Jewish Law?", Moment, Vol. 19, no. 4 (August 1994), pp. 28-29, 67

*52) "Levi Ginzberg as a Halakhic Authority: a Preliminary Survey of his Responsa", Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies, Division C, Volume I, Jerusalem, 1994, pp. 251-258

53) "Introduction", Responsa of the Law Committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 5 (5752-5754), The Masorti Movement, Jerusalem, 1994 (in Hebrew), pp. 7-9

54) "May the  Seminary of Judaic Studies Ordain Women as Rabbis?", ibid., pp. 37-69

55) "Is there One Correct Way of Abbreviating the Loud Repetition of the Amidah?", ibid., pp. 87-94

56) "How Should Adopted Jewish Children be Called to the Torah?", ibid., pp. 95-100

57) "A Responsum Regarding the Blessing Baruch Sheptarani", ibid., pp. 101-108

58) "A Responsum Regarding Erev Pesach which Occurs on Shabbat", ibid., pp. 109-116

59) "Is it a Mitzvah to Fill Out an Organ Donor Card?", ibid., pp. 119-124

60) "What are the Halakhic Requirements Regarding Tohorah?, ibid., pp. 125-136

61) "A Responsum Regarding Sheva Berakhot", ibid., pp. 183-185

62) "A Subject Index of the Responsa of the Va'ad Halakhah, Vols. 1-5", ibid., 189-195

63) English Summaries, ibid., pp. ix-lii

*64) "Moses and Herzl", Conservative Judaism, Vol. XLVII, No. 1 (Fall 1994), pp. 39-49

64a) "Moses and Herzl", in Noam Zion and David Dishon, eds., A Leader's Guide to A Different Night: The Family Participation Haggadah, The Shalom Hartman Institute, 1997, pp. 90-95 (a reprint of no. 64 without the footnotes)

64b) "Moses and Herzl", in Robert Golub, ed., Celebrating the Zionist Dream, Mercaz, New York, 1997 (a reprint of no. 64)

65) "The Brenda Kaufman-Berman Fund", The Rabbinical Assembly Newsletter, January 1995, p. 7

66) "Is it a Mitzvah to Immigrate to Israel?", Moment, Vol. 20, No. 1 (February 1995), pp. 28-29

67) "A Conversation with Shalom Freedman" (an interview), in: Shalom Freedman, In the Service of God: Conversations with Teachers of Torah in Jerusalem, Northvale, New Jersey, 1995, pp. 61-73

68) "A Halakhic Response to the Assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin", Moment, Vol. 21, No. 1 (February 1996), pp. 24-25

68a) "A Halakhic Response to the Assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin" Responsa of the Va'ad Halakhah of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 6 (5755-5758), Jerusalem, 1998, pp. 313-317 (a Hebrew translation of no. 68)

69) "Questions About Halakhah for Rabbis Golinkin and Turner" (an interview), Dikhtiv, Sivan 5756, pp. 40-48

*70) "A Responsum Regarding the Right to Privacy", Conservative Judaism, Vol. XLVIII, No. 3 (Spring 1996), pp. 10-13

*71) "The Movement for Equal Rights for Women in Judaism as Reflected in the Writings of Rabbi David Aronson", American Jewish Archives, Vol. 47, No. 2 (Fall-Winter 1995), pp. 243-260

*72) "Jerusalem in Jewish Law and Custom: A Preliminary Typology", in Lee Levine, ed., Jerusalem: its Centrality to Judaism, Christianity and Islam, Continuum Press, New York, 1999, pp. 408-423

*72a) "Jerusalem in Jewish Law and Custom: A Preliminary Typology", JUDAISM, Vol. 46, No. 2 (Spring 1997), pp. 169- 179 (an abbreviated version of no. 72)

*73) "The Influence of Seminary Professors on Halakhah in the Conservative Movement: 1902-1968" in: Jack Wertheimer, ed., Tradition Renewed: A History of the Jewish Theological Seminary, Vol. 2, New York, 1997, pp. 443-482

74) "Pluralism and Tolerance in Judaism: A Bibliography" in: Leonard Fein and Kenneth Cohen, eds., ãøëé ðåòí: Judaism and the Jewish State: A Resource Guide, New Israel Fund, [1997], pp. 87-88

*75) "May Women Put on Tefillin?" Conservative Judaism Vol. 50, No. 1 (Fall 1997), pp. 3-18

*75a) "May Women Put on Tefillin?", Assufot 11 (5758), pp. 183- 196 (a revised Hebrew translation of no. 75)

*76) "The Meaning and Etymology of the Terms 'Vatikin', 'Vatik' and 'Talmid Vatik' in the Book of Ben Sira and Rabbinic Literature", Sidra 13 (1998), pp. 47-60 (in Hebrew)

77)  "Introduction", Responsa of the Va'ad_Halakhah of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel, Vol. 6 (5755-5758), Jerusalem, 1998, pp. 9-19 (in Hebrew)

78) "Fasting for a Sefer Torah which Fell," ibid., pp. 23-32

79) "Women in the Minyan and as Shlihot Tzibbur," ibid., pp. 59-80

80) "Moving a Sefer Torah for a One-Time Reading", ibid., pp. 81-90

81) "The Psalm for the Day on Rosh Hodesh?", ibid., pp.189-195

82) "Roommates Who do not Observe the Dietary Laws of Pesah", ibid., pp. 196-198

83) "Giving Kashrut Supervision to Restaurants which are Open on Shabbat", ibid., pp. 231-240

84) "Body Piercing", ibid., pp. 241-252

85) "Inscribing on a Gravestone A Name which was Added During an Illness", ibid., pp. 273-276

86) "Layered Burial and Burial in Mausolea" ibid., pp. 277-286

87) "The Burial of Non-Jews in a Jewish Cemetery", ibid., pp. 287-299

88) "Remarrying a First Husband After a Forced Marriage", ibid., pp. 303-309

89) "Introduction to a Symposium about the Va'ad Halakhah", ibid., pp. 326-331

90) "Professor Ze'ev Falk - in Memoriam 1923-1998, Nashim 2 (Spring 1999), pp. 214-217

90a) “Professor Ze’ev Falk – in Memoriam 1923-1998”, in: Ze’ev Falk, Torah V’hagut, The Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2000 (a Hebrew version of no. 90)

91) "From Opera House to Scotch Tape: The Responsa of Professor Louis Ginzberg", Women's League Outlook 70/1 (Fall 1999), pp. 11-12

*92)"Aliyot for Women: A Reaction", Tarbitz 68 (5759), pp. 429-433 (in Hebrew)

93) "The Committee on Jewish Law and Standards at Seventy", Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly 60 (1998), pp. 75-86 (in Hebrew)

94) “Halakhah for Our Time”, De’ot 7 (April 2000), pp. 36-38 (in Hebrew)

95) “The Masorti Movement Worries about Klal Yisrael”, De’ot 8 (July 2000), p. 37 (in Hebrew)

Articles in Press:

*96) "A Bibliography of the Writings of Professor Boaz Cohen", The Jewish Law Annual, 2000

*97) "A Halakhic Approach to the Information Superhighway", Proceedings of the 1995 Whizin International Symposium on Technology and Ethics, The University of Judaism and the Technion, 1999

*98)  "Jerusalem in Jewish Law and Custom: A Preliminary Typology", (an expanded Hebrew version of part 3 of no. 72; forthcoming in Sidra 15)

*99) "Eight Approaches to the Status of Women in Jewish Law in the Twentieth Century" (forthcoming in Mada’ey Hayahadut 40, 5761 (in Hebrew)

99a) "Eight Approaches to the Status of Women in Jewish Law in the Twentieth Century", forthcoming in Religionen in Israel (in German)

99b) "Nine Approaches to the Status of Women in Jewish Law in the Twentieth Century" (an expanded English version of no. 99)

100) "Conflicting Approaches to Conversion in the United States in the Twentieth Century"

*100a)"Conflicting Approaches to Conversion in the United States in the Twentieth Century" (a Hebrew version of no. 100; forthcoming in The Prof. Z'ev Falk Memorial Volume)

*101) "The Use of the Matronymic in Invoking God's Healing for the Sick", These are the Names, Bar Ilan University, Volume 3 (2000)

102) "Halakhic Solutions to the Agunah Problem" (in a booklet of the International Jewish Women's Human Rights Watch, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, 1999)

103) "Solutions of the Conservative Movement to the Problem of Agunot in the Twentieth Century", in Marriage Liberty and Equality: Shall the Three Walk Together?, The Heller Center for the Study of Women in Judaism, Bar Ilan University, 2000

*104) "Four New Responsa by Professor Louis Ginzberg", (forthcoming in Conservative Judaism)

105) "Should One Recite the Mourners' Kaddish When No Mourners are Present in the Synagogue?"

106) "A Responsum Concerning Ma'asar Kesafim"

107) "Is it Permissible to Study Biblical Criticism?"

*108) "Hannukah Exotica: on the Origin and Development of Some Hannukah Customs" (forthcoming in Conservative Judaism)

108a) "Hannukah Exotica: on the Origin and Development of Some Hannukah Customs" in The Hannukah Seder by Noam Zion and Barbara Spectre, The Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem, 2000 (an abbreviated version of No. 108)

109) “A Responsum Regarding Cloning in Jewish Law”

110) “A Responsum Regarding a Bar Mitzvah for an Uncircumcised Child”

111) “A Vision for the Schechter Institute for the Next Decade”, Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly 62 (2000) (in Hebrew)

112) “The Masorti Approach to Pesikah”, Kehilaton, September 2000

Articles in Preparation:

1) "The Dargesh: a Study in Talmudic Realia"

2) "Birkat Betulim: its Origins, Versions and Eventual Suppression"

3) "The 'Viduy' on Yom Kippur in the Talmudic Period"

Sermons:

(All sermons are in Hebrew and English unless otherwise indicated.)

1) "Toledot", Ikka d'Amrei: A Student Journal of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Vol.II, No. 2 (April 1980), pp. 56-60 (in Hebrew)

2) "A Pre-Pesach Sermon", The Rabbinical Assembly Homiletics   Service, April, 1986, pp. 5-6 (in English)

3) "Vayigash", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5751

4) "Vayikra", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5753

4a) "Vayikra" Learn Torah With, Los Angeles, Ca., 5759 (in English)

5) "Sukkot", Iyyunei Shabbat, Sukkot 5754

6) "Vayigash", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5755

7) "Hukkat", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5755

8) "Vayelekh", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5756

9) "Vayeshev-Hanukkah", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5756

10) "Tezaveh-Purim", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5756

11) "Bemidbar", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5756

12) "After the Spies", "The People and the Book" for Parashat Shelah, The Jerusalem Report, Vol. VII, No. 3 (June 13, 1996), p. 51 (in English)

13) "Ekev", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5756

14) "Mishpatim", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5757

15) "Tazria", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5757

16) "Naso", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5757

17) "Balak", Learn Torah With, Los Angeles, Ca., 5757 (in English)

17a)  "Balak", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5757 (an abbreviated version of no. 17)

18) "Vayishlah", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5758

19) "Tezaveh-Zakhor", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5758

20) "Bemidbar-Shavuot", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5758

21) "Hukkat", Learn Torah With, Los Angeles, Ca., 5758 (in English)

22) "Ekev", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5758

23) "Bereishit", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5759

24) "Shmot", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5759

25) "Tzav-Shabbat Hagadol", Iyyune i Shabbat, 5759

26) "Korah", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5759

27) "Vayeshev", A Book of Sermons, Yediot Aharonot, 1999

28) "Ki Tavo", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5759

29) "Rosh Hashanah", Leadership Link, Rosh Hashanah, 5760

30) "Haye Sara", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5760

31)  “Bo”, Iyyunei Shabbat 5760

32) "Yitro", Rabbinical Assembly Homiletics Service, 5760

33) "Vayikra”, Iyyunei Shabbat, 5760

34) "B’hukotay", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5760

35) “B’ha’alotkha”, Learn Torah With, Los Angeles, Ca., 5760 (in English)

36) "Va’ethanan", Iyyunei Shabbat, 5760


 

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